Her role in ‘Vaanam’ has earned her appreciation from the media, the film-folks as well as the public. In her second innings in Kollywood after her much-publicised spat and split with director Selvaraghavan last year, actress Sonia Aggarwal is doing everything possible to bounce back into the limelight as a heroine.
After ‘Vaanam’, she has signed up two new projects in Tamil titled as ‘Mata Pita Guru’ and ‘Poi Solladi’. The actress, who was introduced in films by Selvaa a few years back, has turned busy for the past few months. She has just started shooting for her debut film in Malayalam in Kochi opposite Mukesh and is happy that she is entering the Malayalam film industry.
A nature lover, Sonia Agarwal says she has loved the State of Kerala for its scenic beauty. “The fact that the monsoon has just set in there has made the place more beautiful and I’m very happy to be shooting there at this very moment. The Unit members and friendly and helpful, which has helped me a lot,” says Sonia Agarwal.
The actress has been rather choosy about the projects she is taking up as she wants to ‘perform’ in the roles that come her way. “Though I have shed quite a few kilos around my waist, I can hardly look glamourous. Being glamourous has never been my forte and I feel a person has to stick to his/her strong points and do what suits his/her persona most,” concludes Sonia Agarwal on a philosophical note.